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    July 10, 2013
    8:00 - 9:01pm PDT  

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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. >> pam: kidnapped. this is a photo of 21- month old daphne viola webb. she was taken from a car parked outside gazzali's supermarket on international boulevard. here is video of the scene. taken from our helicopter partnership with abc 7. an amber alert has been issued for several counties throughout the bay area. kron 4's terisa estacio is live in oakland. she joins us with the latest on the search. terisa.? pam >> reporter:, an intense search is on the way for a kidnapped child. the sun
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appear international in oakland where the alleged crime happened. we can show you some video at 11:00 a.m. a father called 911 and stated that his 21 month old daughter had been kidnapped from the liquor store. he went into the store and he went out came out the girls' concord the police is canvassing the entire area and neighborhood in hopes of finding the child. but oakland police and fbi are out there in numbers. witnesses did say that they saw it woman walking away with a child. so they are looking for that woman as well. the child is described as having, let me show you a picture of the child. 21 month old daphne viola webb.
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they have interviewed the father and they have released a picture of the father what they look for the girl. >> at this time the oakland police is not looking at john webb as the father of the 21 months old as a suspect but we are trying to verify factual information that by reaching out to the committee and asking if anyone had seen him or the child within the last to contact the police right away. so we are being extremely methodical with this investigation to verify and actualize information that has been provided to us. >> reporter: any question as
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to if the child was actually in the big vehicle? >> we are looking at this a totally different angle we have to verify information. >> reporter: the adult reportedly has a disability so the police system and extensive interview with her as well to piece it together as to whether someone grab the child of the car. that your life you can see a command post that has been put all here on international and 77. it will continue to stay up here and provide you with all of the valuable information. as far as all the officers that are out
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there when door-to-door in search of this young 21 month old child. deafening by all love web. daphne viola webb. >> pam: now to our other top story tonight. here is a live look at the wreckage of asiana flight 214. still on the tarmac at san francisco international airport. here is what we know. tonight. four passengers remain in the hospital in critical condition. crash survivors were taken by a coach bus just a short time ago. to tour the wreckage first hand. we are also learning from the n-t-s-b. there was a delay in evacuation orders from the crew to the passengers. we begin our team coverage tonight. with sh hist kron 4's charles
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clifford. who has the 9-1-1 calls that came in just moments after the deadly crash. >> reporter: you can see that it is back to normal. a different story of what it looked like just 30 minutes ago. and you want to go to some of the video and what it looked that and i apologize for it being so far but the above is restricted. in addition to his seat three charter buses each one of those people of crash survivors. section with it were born out there is hard to say at this plant. were they just
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taking their to look at the site the first time saturday. or were they able to look this about the items that had been collected in seeing where those items of their spirit i can also seem leading away to the crash site. but certainly this is the first time that they have been back to that crash site since the crash happened on saturday much different now than what it was just 30 minutes ago. the j.r. stone kron 4 news. >> reporter: the california highway patrol released the 911 calls this afternoon.
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the california highway patrol said is started receiving 911 calls for march 11th 29 saturday morning just moments after the crash. >> reporting a airplane crash at s f o. >> reporter: hello >> hello i we are and staffers is gold airport and we just reported a plane crash in their lot of people that need help. >> airplane just crashed upon landing. >> reporter: >> there is an element out
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here on the runway in she is pretty much burned on the head and we death we pretty much do not know what to do. >> reporter: those calls seem to paint a picture of how the first responders responded but fuel went out on the tarmac while we know several people were ejected and nine injured on the ground. astros clifford kron 4 news. >> pam: onto the flight deck of a boeing triple=7. let you see what the pilots of flight 214 saw as they approached runway 2=8 left at sfo on saturday. >> pam: switches and controls. here are the yokes used to control the aircraft.
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the pilots where they are, right in front of them are and airspeed. >> the flight crew told the flight attendant not to initiate an evacuation they were communicating with the tower about the emergency. the lead of the cabin manager made an announcement over the peak a for people to stay in their seats. and to not evacuate. and passenger stayed put for 90 seconds. >> reporter: that's when the evacuation began, the ntsb investigation is also investigating the types of automation and i were engaged in how they were engaged just minutes before the crash. to see it that play in a role of how the airplane was flying low or too too slow.
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>> when need to understand what those moles were if there were commanded by the pilots and activated in the pertly. if the pilots understood what the molds were doing. >> reporter: even if automation is to blame for the slow speed ntsb the all states that ultimately is still lies with the pilot. >> the pilot said the mold and they're still a responsibility to monitor what he is getting what he asked for. >> reporter: we found out that three of the flight attendants in their rear of the aircraft were ejected in their seats into the wrong way during the crash. should the ntsb at that time the
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salvage operation will begin and when that is true completed repairs to the wrong way it will begin. kron 4 news. sh >> reporter: these screens show what's going on with the flaps and rudders. this one keeps tabs on the engines. this one warns of malfunctions. now up here is the autopilot. and the autothrottle. think cruise control on your car. just input the speed you want, and the autothrottle delivers. to understand what may have gone wrong, let's move over to the cockpit of a
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french=designed airbus. very different, with joysticks controlling the aircraft. >> reporter:now we're in a 747. very similar to the triple=seven boeing engineers deliberately gave it a retro look so pilots could transition easily from the older jets. but there is one crucial difference. on the 747, just one toggle switch turns on the autothrottle. on the triple seven there are two switches, one to arm, one to engage. the trainee pilot at the controls was new to the triple 7 but had logged thousands of hours on the older 747. so while he was depending on this, he may not have been paying attention to this. indicating that the plane's airspeed had dropped dangerously low. >> reporter:the opening of the new
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>> pam: stay with us as we bring you continuing coverage of aging and a 214. eastern span of the bay bridge is now delayed. it >> pam: was originally set for a labor day opening. and as kron 4's alecia reid reports. today officials spoke about why and when the span could open. >> reporter: at its current state the new bay bridge is safer than the ones that dropped drivers are driving on. but there are not quite comfortable with opening it to the public and to the sheer keys are retrofitted. >> we need to be x absolutely certain that is the one that the public has confidence in. it is a lot
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more complicated now them were on the verge of building it. >> reporter: manufacturing the broken bolt is the main challenge. the committee wants to ensure that the job is done correctly. >> the bulls broke and we have lost public confidence. in large parts of the cahow population there is a series of doubt. >> reporter: costing up to $20 million in additional calls for placing on our menu other boats. bolts. >> i think the concern is properly making sure that responsible parties japan where their accountability. >> gary: >> reporter: our treasure island are we sure reid kron
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4 news. >> pam: today, a proposal was made for a quicker fix for the new span on the bay bridge. the chair of cal-trans' seismic peer review panel says, at least one the idea. again, still no final word on when the new eastern span of the bay bridge will open to the public. >> pam: we are following breaking news out of oakland. where police are searching for a toddler. kidnapped from a car. plus: a shocking admission from the accused colorado movie theater shooter's lawyers. next. [ glenn stonebarger ] we are a family farm. she has been around corn her entire life, so she's probably been around corn longer than i have. [ jeannie stonebarger ] i shop at safeway quite a bit. i walk around the produce department a few times, just to see that box. i'm like...yes! really, really proud. to know that they're buying locally is important.
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>> pam: amber colored for this 21 month old toddlerdaphne viola webb.
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the theme of suspect as a black or hispanic woman between 30 and 40 year-old with long black hair. seen walking away from the supermarket with the child. another live report is coming up. the f-b-i and i- r-s are executing search warrants. at the american indian model school in oakland. this is video from our helicopter partnership with a-b-c 7 news. >> pam: this comes in the midst of a battle to keep the school from being shutdown. due to accusations of mismanagement district. which has authority to revoke the school's charter. says, there is a list of financial violations against the school. sphere >> pam: a judge will make final ruling on whether the school can remain open. to pursue an appeal at the state level on thursday. >> pam: for the first time. lawyers for the colorado theater shooting suspect james holmes say he killed 12 people and wounded
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dozens more at an aurora movie theater last summer. holmes' lawyers say he was in the middle of a psychotic episode at the time. the admission was made public on wednesday. his lawyers were trying to argue that holmes should be unrestrained during his upcoming trial. holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to more than 160 counts, including murder, stemming from the july 20th theater shooting in aurora. prosecutors are seeking the death penalty. >> pam: in canada. the death toll continues to rise. after a train full of crude oil derailed and crashed into a town. setting off a huge fireball. authorities in quebec say 20 people have died. and another 30 people are still considered missing. the head of the u- s company that owns the train is blaming the engineer for failing to set the brakes properly. >> jacqueline: it was clear
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up there today. 101 in pleasanton and livermore yester day to day 95 in pleasanton in '92 and livermore. down in the south bay so mixed up upper 70's and 80's. only in 60s near the coast line. a live look from our roof can downtown san francisco. low clouds already pushing into oakland. widespreadfog tonight. cooler temperatures but sunny skies. warmer conditions ahead for the weekend box already pushing into our inland valleys and to supply its a little bit by six and by eight clearing the livermore valley. still lee went over the south bay in north bay and in our bay shore spirit of course the
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calls line into the fog will stay through the afternoon tomorrow. a little bit cooler tomorrow and to the south bank mainly the low 80s and cupertino, sunnyvale 86, 774 mountain view. 80 for concord. 94 in pleasanton. for bay shores '60s and '70s and low 65 in san francisco and mainly low eighties for the north to bay. a look for our extended forecast, tomorrow cooler. the fog will become an little bit more extensive. temperatures warm slightly friday should closer to average sunday and monday.
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on breaking news out into oakland this 21 month year- old child was a doctorate. plus and animation showing how the terrifying moments of the crash of avionics to 14 unfolded spirit in new questions into culture play a role in the trash crash. >> gary: the giants... wow! the giants... wow assassination point coming up later in this broadcast.
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>> pam: one of the big questions authorities issued that amber alert. this is video
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of the scene with a toddler was kidnapped with our partnership with abc news. the female suspect was seen walking away from the supermarkets. [ man ] we have a go for auto sequence start.
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(male announcer): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> this just in to the kron 4 newsroom. >> pam: terisa what is it like there at the scene? we'll is here from the long as it is this me past hours have passed is hard for law- enforcement to find the children quiet. kron4 news has learned that they're searching an area >> reporter: that information we have just confirmed with accrued and route to get video and find out more information as to
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why they are in that general area. we did get a tip and they are searching an area off of some 580 in connection with an attempted kidnapping of 21 month old child. last show you a picture ofdaphne viola webb. she was kidnapped this morning from the supermarket of international boulevard in oakland. crews were called to the scene as well as the fbi have been out here for hours looking for this 21 month old child. the father says that at 11:00 a.m. he went into the supermarket and when he returned to his car the child was gone. the child and. there was also an all adults and the car. that police have interviewed that person but the the person in the car does have a
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disability so they are trying to piece all together the of what happened to. they are interviewing the father and sending a picture out with police or canvassing this area looking for the the child. when was the last time the child was seen. hip-hop >> do you think that the father was a suspect? >> no not we are not looking at the father of the suspect as a suspect. if anyone has seen him or the child in the last 30 days please help was narrow that time lying down. the mother is also being interviewed and the famine has been extremely cooperative. we
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are being strained extremely mobile call. >> is something that we will always look at it to verify actual information. >> reporter: back here at the command post in international and boulevard in oakland police tells me that a sample survey was from the supermarket as well as other businesses and they have been looking over its in the past couple of hours trying to get more information. there was a witness this said they saw a woman walking away from the scenes carrying a child. so they are trying to see if that person is actually sing in a surveillance video. that person was just described as a woman with
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long black hair. the fact they have there now searching and we have a crew of their we will give you the latest information as soon as we get that. reporting live kron 4 news >> pam: all along when you plan to be at the command center the police, with the police be at the command center >> reporter: and it will be wrapping up soon and setting up in a different location. something has happened but not sure of all the details. >> pam: and live look at the wreckage of a sham to 14 still on the tarmac in san francisco international airport. there was a delay
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in the evacuation order from the crew to the passenger. new at a morning more of inside and shot to 14 in after the crash. astros clifford has a different scene. >> reporter: passing at july 1136, 2006 skidded down a runway to one runaway 28 left. ntsb has completed is an abuse of the flight crew and we are getting a clearer picture of what happened next. four doors on each side of the plant according to the ntsb during the crash emergency slide at one right into right deploy it inside the plane. there was a single flight attendant flight attendants sitting and both were injured when. three of these attendants
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were ejected from their rear of the plane neared during the crash. at the front of this plane at the cockpit crew for instructions. the flight attendant may an announcement for everyone to stay put. but seconds later soft lines outside the windows right engine broken from the wing where now we can all and burning. attended told the pilot about the flames and then in effect when it the aircraft. in the news room charles clifford kron 4 news. >> reporter: especially in the final crucial moments
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report crash. >> reporter: and gas division and not just focusing on the plane but the pilots. what was going along with the plane spirit of the korean culture paying issue. >> we will be looking at this relationship is removed for it. >> reporter: as far back as 2009 with an with all firm and the cockpit is a problem. and a deadly one in the '90s correct error suffered five crashes with gross missing in all along. gingerly pointing out potential problems that was ignored by the pilot. 228 people died and forced to go an overhaul of the system.
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google earth that's not supposed to happen. when those slides inflated.
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news. >> jacqueline: cooler temperatures for tomorrow. the sunny afternoon but several more degrees especially for inland valleys. only a couple low 90s out there to mount. we will continue this cooling trend as we head into friday. warming up a little look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible.
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>> pam: san francisco police are asking for the public's help meatballs on city streets. >> pam: meatballs were laced with rat poison. this dog. named oscar. ate one of the meatballs and became sick. oscar was rushed to a veternarian. and is
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expected poisonous meatball. they were left in san diamond heights neighborhoods. authorities say most of the meatballs were picked up by residents. but they urge anyone with information to contact san francisco police. >> pam: the a's game is finally under way in pittsburgh finally falling a three hour delay. gary has all the sports, not
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>> jacqueline: : trend will continue for the next couple of days. saturday and little reversal and the trend with last fall was slightly warmer conditions. widespread fallout for the six cluck our region are an of bellies in delta. by 8:00 p.m. and hangs on premature everywhere else by 10 back to war in many bay shores and but one that to the coastline. so we will see sunshine in visually but it will take a cut and will take a little bit of time. this is quan to continue to stay mainly to the south as we head into to mount. as we head into tomorrow afternoon temperatures along the coastline low 50s and 60s.
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for redwood city 80 degrees. for east the shores was the temperatures and the '60s and '70s. well 70's and oakland sent leandro. are in the bellies is were we will seem. and and concord 92 and britain would in south bay and running into the seventies and low eighties for tomorrow afternoon. and these two for signing a bill and cupertino 82 for los gatos 784 mayor kelly and 80 in palo loan and an apple. cooler toman cooler still vancouver on friday klaus become more extensive and the fault will clear someone on the weekend. about
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average for this time of year. you can catch the latest news, forecast and traffic conditions whenever it's convenient - on our 24/7 bay area news channel. you can watch live on kron4.com or on comcast channel 193. 3 schuss for (male announcer): now, the orchard supply sports report with gary radnich. good evening everyone! >> gary: last start top 1st, no score daniel murphy hits a single to center to plate the first
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>> gary: 1-0 mets >> gary: kirk nieuwenhuis to load bases here is wheeler doing his thing with the bat. swap the home for the first time since july 12th. as to what i took him out. i did not want him to i did not want it to become a health issue. but he is fine. so, i went to get him. we needed a chance to win and i want him the opportunity right then. next hitter john buck bloops >> gary: after 2/3 innings shortest the bombhis counterpart former zack wheeler shut down the giants
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got help from his defense with this spinning throw by shortstop omar wheeler: 7 ip, 3 hits, 1 run >> gary: marlon byrd breaks it open, homers off mike kickham just over the right center field wall over the visa sign 5-0top 6th, 5-0 mets >> gary: wheeler gets into the act doubles over gregor blanco's head in center wheeler mistake by trading him, extra fired up >> gary: >> jacqueline: 15, giants swept at home for first time since july 2012 >> gary: giants pitcher chad gaudin has been charged with one count open and gross lewdness for an incident that occurred at a las vegas hospital in january. this is gaudin's mugshot theaccording to the report, a drunk gaudin arrived at the emergency room of the hospital at 4:30 am and approached a 23 year old women lying on a gurny. he then allegedly told her she was gorgeous and touched unlawful conduct and says he is confident the matter will favor. >> gary: the warriors picked up head coach mark jackson's option for the 2014-2015 season, giving him 2 more guranteed years on his contract. after finishing his first >> gary: led the warriors to their 2nd playoff appearance in the last 19 years with a record of 47-35 in 2013. the warriors advanced to the western conference in the last 22 years. workout a contract extension this summer
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who >> gary: mark jackson will remain with the warrior spirit this is a surprise who is: to risk any money on this guy? indeed, the call is then not played all last year signed a two-year deal with the cleveland cavaliers. to the up to $25 million. was an all-star in 2011. and the wide howardnew rockets center dwight howard already trying to make a good impression in houston the 27 year old was eating breakfast at a popular midtown houston restraunt "the breakfast klub", when he decided to pick up the tab for every patron - and many local news crews just
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happened to be therej >> gary: dwight howard then stopped to talk to reporters, who questions. >> reporter: how happy are used to be in houston? >> i am very happy, very happy this is a beautiful city and work on the have fun this season. >> gary: those of the type of questions he will get and houston barrett the softer media than they are and california. >> gary: debacle become bad boy barack the roman says its a schools and edgy drink. back to pam moore.
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>> pam: 21 month-olddaphne viola webb stickum but taken from her car in east oakland to look after partnership with abc seven. kron 4 taking up coverage of the latest on the search. philippe? >> reporter: pale we are now on the 8000 bridge 8000 block east of the site where
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deafening viola was adopted. they are not inside the home waiting to execute a search warrant. the father john whelk is not a suspect but they have the cross of 30's and all of their eyes to do a full investigation. and this is why they're starting at point a pyrrhic. a. bay at the same time are canvassing the commuting aware she was last seen and abducted. and you can feel a lot of police activity on green which drive. i can't
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you can take that picture of the young girl the 21 months 0- daphne viola webb. the police want this picture up as much as possible. they want to piece together the relation where she could possibly could be at this time we will continue to cover the story at 11 and bring you more information kron 4 news. >> pam: thank you felipe for the story must get a last check for weather as things are getting cooler tonight. >> jacqueline: can see the clouds rolling and but the fog returns to put up the coastline. cooler same thing
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over into friday the warmer as we head into the weekend. >> pam: we will have a complete wrapup on today's news coming out bay 11 tonight when i'm on my feet all day, my lower back acts up. this was me. then i found dr. scholl's pain relief orthotics. they reduce the impact on my lower body. so i feel lessle pain and more energized. dr. scholl's pain relief orthotics-- pain relief that starts with your feet. i'm a believer.
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( birds chirping ) in 20 years of teaching, evaluation comments like these.. "boring." me? "intellectually... inaccessible" i thought we came up on this hike to get your mind off of this ridiculous thing. i mean, one student even said i'm out of touch with cutting-edge thinking in multidimensional theory. that one alone kept me up at night. everybody gets bad evaluations now and then. come on! yeah, yeah, says the professor who never received anything less than a rave. as with any large group, there are responses that cover the entire spectrum.